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Located in East Asia, Japan is an archipelago comprising 6,852 islands. The country is a developed economy known across the world for its culture, cuisine, and technological advancement. Japan is a popular tourist destination with 21 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and several popular sites such as Himeji Castle, Nara, Kyoto, Hiroshima, Mount Fiji, and many more. Japan’s modern culture has absorbed influences from the West and all of Asia. Visitors here can appreciate traditional Japanese architecture, art and gardens all over the country. The country’s globally renowned cuisine is a hit with all visitors. Japan is lined with historical buildings, cultural institutions, parks, and attractions such as Kyoto Imperial Palace, Peace Memorial Museum, East Higashi-Gyoen Garden, Island Shrine of Itsukushima, and more.
Popular Destinations in Japan
Capital of Japan, Tokyo is located in the Kanto region. The metropolis is a
hybrid of modern and traditional with its skyscrapers and traditional
temples. Historic buildings such as the Meiji Shinto Shrine, and the
Imperial Palace stand in stark contrast to the Tokyo Skytree. Tokyo is a
cultural hub with several museums and theaters such as Tokyo National
Museum, and the National Noh Theatre. The city is renowned for its karaoke
bars and local cuisine. Tokyo has more Michelin star restaurants than any
other city. Visitors here can feast on the best sushi or ramen, have Sake
at the many wooden shanty bars, or indulge in chicken at the lantern
Kyoto is the former Imperial capital of Japan. The historic city is located
in the Yamashiro Basin, roughly 450 kms from Tokyo. Kyoto can be described
as the hub of tourism in Japan with its multiple UNESCO World Heritage
Sites and 2,000 shrines and temples. History enthusiasts here can explore
Shimogamo Shrine, Kinkaku-ji, Nishi Honganji, Nijo Castle, Daigo-ji,
Kamigamo Shrine, and more. Kyoto is considered to be the cultural capital
of the nation and has numerous museums, such as Kyoto Art Center, Ryozen
Museum of History, and, Kitamura Museum. The city hosts popular traditional
festivals such as the Aoi Matsuri, Gion Matsuri, Bon Festival, and the
Jidai Matsuri, which is the Festival of Ages.
Known internationally for being the site of the first atomic bomb drop,
Hiroshima is the largest city in the Chugoku region. Today, Hiroshima is a
modern city with two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Itsukushima Shrine
and the Hiroshima Peace Memorial (located at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial
Park). Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park is dedicated to the
legacy of Hiroshima as the first city in the world to suffer a nuclear
Best Time to Fly to Japan
The best time to take flights to Japan is from March to May and from
September to November when the weather is pleasant. Japan flights are
expensive during spring season due to the popular Cherry Blossom Festival.
So, it is advised to do advance bookings.
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